The Breeza community is working on a proposal to see the town's silos painted.
If the proposal is successful, it would mean two murals in the shire, following last week's funding announcement for a Vietnam veterans mural on the water tower museum.
Third-generation Breeza farmer and artist Sarah Sulman is spearheading the proposal and said it could drive up tourism and give locals some heart in the ongoing drought.
Ms Sulman said if the project went ahead, the silos would become "a landmark".
"It’s awesome. It would bring a lot of people to this area," she said.
"It’s something positive for the community. Something they’ve worked for.
"It would bring some energy back to this place."
Ms Sulman is passionate about murals and street art and would love to see the GrainCorp silos painted with scenes that represent the district's identity, including agriculture and Aboriginal history.
"I thought of this two years ago when I saw the first ones starting to pop up in Victoria and Queensland," she said.
"This is a long-term project."
It’s something positive for the community. Something they’ve worked for.Sarah Sulman
Ms Sulman said she had been speaking to a Barraba resident who had been instrumental in getting a mural project off the ground, which will be painted by one of her favourite artists Fintan Magee.
"We talked for like an hour about everything - how you start the approval, how you get approval from council, how you get through red tape," Ms Sulman said.
"She cleared a path so I could see how to get there."
Ms Sulman said it would be a "mammoth effort" to prepare a proposal to submit to Gunnedah Shire Council and she was forming a committee.
"It’s going to be hard work getting the funding [and] we’re only at the beginning stages," she said.
"First, I want to go and speak to one of the [Aboriginal] elders up here at Breeza."